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Search: Posts Made By: Opie91
Forum: C & C 11-24-2013
Replies: 12
Views: 1,656
Posted By Opie91
Re: C&C 35 MK III shower installation

I think you are missing my point. The max raw water cooling water should be around 165 F and fresh water systems commonly run around 190 F. So there is a lot more heat available in a fresh water...
Forum: C & C 11-22-2013
Replies: 12
Views: 1,656
Posted By Opie91
Re: C&C 35 MK III shower installation

Most engines have plugs located on the heat exchanger of the engine. These plugs are removed and hose adapters are installed in their place. Hoses are then run to the heat exchanger.
Forum: C & C 11-12-2013
Replies: 12
Views: 1,656
Posted By Opie91
Re: C&C 35 MK III shower installation

Raw water cooled engine run considerably cooler than fresh water engines. I suspect you will not be happy with the heater performance. Congrats on the boat!!
Forum: Electrical Systems 02-17-2013
Replies: 10
Views: 1,278
Posted By Opie91
Re: Beta Marine BD722 Tach kicks in after I enable extractor fan!

The tack wire on the BD722 is on the alternator. A similar thing happened to me. Check the connection.
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